Shows in March 2018

83 shows found
  • Candoco Dance Company - Double Bill
    Candoco Dance Company - Double Bill
    Sadler's Wells

    The renowned contemporary dance company of disabled and non-disabled performers returns to Sadler’s Wells with a double bill commissioned and performed by Candoco.

    Yasmeen Godder, a “leading choreographer of the Israeli new wave” (The Observer), makes work that is seductive, disturbing, potent and personal. In Face In, hidden desires are unleashed as daring and uninhibited movement, underscored by an urban indie soundtrack.

    Sadler’s Wells New Wave Associate Hetain Patel’s Let’s Talk About Dis is a riotous telling of stories and mischievous exploration of identity and the slippery notion of political correctness.

  • Carmen - Royal Opera
    Carmen - Royal Opera
    Royal Opera House

    Carmen is the best-known work by French composer Georges Bizet, and one of the most famous operas in the entire art form – numbers such as the Habanera and the Toreador Song have permeated the popular consciousness as little else has. The opera’s heady combination of passion, sensuality and violence initially proved too much for the stage, and it was a critical failure on its 1875 premiere. Bizet died shortly after, and never learned of the spectacular success his Carmen would achieve: the opera has been performed more than five hundred times at Covent Garden alone.

  • Caroline, or Change
    Hampstead Theatre

    1963. In quiet Lake Charles, Louisiana, the destruction of a Confederate statue might just signal that change is in the air… But, whatever the progress of the civil rights movement, in the Gellman household things seem just the same – for now at least. Eight year old Noah, heartbroken by the death of his mother and his father’s remarriage, sneaks down to the basement to spend time with the black maid he idolises, Caroline Thibodeaux: Caroline who runs everything.

  • The Comedy About A Bank Robbery
    The Comedy About A Bank Robbery
    Criterion Theatre

    Mischief Theatre’s smash-and-grab hit The Comedy About A Bank Robbery is a fast, fabulous comedy caper and the funniest show in the West End!

    Book now for this dynamite comedy. It would be criminal to miss it!

  • English National Ballet: My First Swan Lake
    English National Ballet: My First Swan Lake
    Peacock Theatre

    The ever popular My First Ballet series returns with a new beautifully adapted version of Swan Lake, in a unique collaboration between English National Ballet and English National Ballet School.

    This charming show features a shortened version of Tchaikovsky’s music, and a narrator to guide the young audience through the story of the beautiful princess Odette, who was turned into a swan by the evil magician Rothbart.

  • Eugenius!
    Eugenius!
    The Other Palace

    Eugenius!, the most eagerly anticipated new musical for years, is coming to London in January 2018 with a strictly limited run at The Other Palace.

    Through underground word-of-mouth, and a very public concert performance – selling out the London Palladium – Eugenius! is fast becoming a cult phenomenon.

  • Everybody's Talking About Jamie
    Everybody's Talking About Jamie
    Apollo Theatre

    Jamie New is sixteen and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. Jamie doesn’t quite fit in. Jamie is terrified about the future. Jamie is going to be a sensation.

  • The Exorcist
    The Exorcist
    Phoenix Theatre

    Save over 35% on performances Monday through Friday until 15th January

    Following its UK premiere in Birmingham, this terrifying stage adaptation of William Peter Blatty’s story The Exorcist comes to London, running at the Phoenix Theatre in the West End.

  • Fabrizio Cassol and Alain Platel
    Fabrizio Cassol and Alain Platel
    Sadler's Wells

    Regular collaborators Fabrizio Cassol and Alain Platel join forces once again in a work inspired by Mozart’s final and unfinished work. 

     

  • Fanny & Alexander
    Fanny & Alexander
    Old Vic Theatre

    Legendary filmmaker Ingmar Bergman’s masterpiece Fanny & Alexander is translated to the stage by BAFTA award-winning writer Stephen Beresford and Old Vic Associate Director Max Webster.

  • Faulty Towers The Dining Experience (From 19 January 2018)
    Faulty Towers The Dining Experience (From 19 January 2018)
    De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms

    Inspired by one of Britain's greatest ever comedy series, this 2 hour interactive production is set in a restaurant where you the audience are the diners. If you love the original show, you'll find Faulty Towers The Dining Experience a unique, novel pleasure and unmissably great fun.

  • The Ferryman
    The Ferryman
    Gielgud Theatre

    No booking fee on all price bands. Valid Mon-Thurs and Saturday matinees from 8th Jan - 10th Feb

    Following a sold-out, critically acclaimed premiere at the Royal Court Theatre earlier this year, Jez Butterworth's newest play, The Ferryman, transferred into London's West End. Directed by Academy Award-winner Sam Mendes and designed by Rob Howell, The Ferryman opened to five-star reviews across the board and marks a hat-trick of acclaimed plays from Jez Butterworth, after The River and the multi-award winning Jerusalem played in London.

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